ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LUGALšešig (DIM3)
Values: dim3

The debate between Grain and Sheep (c.5.3.2), line c532.143
2-kam-ma-še3u8dezina2-ramu-na-ni-ib-gi4-gi4
2-kam-mau8ezina2gi4
2ndeweEzina (DN)to return
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Paragraph t532.p16 (line(s) 143-155) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Again Sheep answered Grain: "You, like holy Inana of heaven, love horses. When a banished enemy, a slave from the mountains or a labourer with a poor wife and small children comes, bound with his rope of one cubit, to the threshing-floor or is taken away from (?) the threshing-floor, when his cudgel pounds your face, pounds your mouth, like crushed …… your ears (?) ……, and you are …… around by the south wind and the north wind. The mortar ……. As if it were pumice (?) it makes your body into flour."
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